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Brush It

Published:Thursday | January 19, 2017 | 12:00 AM
See the finishing touch of Sushana ‘'Shana'’ Cole's brush work.
Flat head foundation brush - This is used to apply cream or liquid and even powder foundation. The flat head gives a smooth finish and is versatile.
Fan brush - This is both a broom of sorts and applicator. It helps to brush away excess eyeshadow that has fallen on the cheeks. It is also used to apply a bronzer and highlight to your cheekbones.
This is the best of both worlds - the eyebrow angled brush to clean up those brows and a spoolie to comb the brows.
Concealer brush - The bristles are great to apply concealer under the eyelids.
Lip brush - For getting that neat, clean application or blending to get ombre lips, no other tool does it better.
This angled blush brush - Because of its shape, is perfect for applying blush with great precision.
Beauty blender - This is not a brush but it is an easy tool that will eliminate the need for a few of the brushes, like the foundation and the concealer brushes.
Brush shampoo - After you brush it, wash it with your brush shampoo.

When it comes to applying your make-up, there are so many brushes that do specific things. Many of us feel like a fish out of water trying to figure out what works best to highlight the sunset and contour the mountains and smooth out the landscape of our skin. Yes, knowing which brush to use for what can be downright intimidating. So Flair decided to give you a breakdown of some of these brushes, and their uses for you.

Make Up Artist: Sushana 'Shana' Cole

All Dolled Up Cosmetics

Address: Shop 16, Bargain Mall,

Clock tower Plaza HWT.

Contact: 876-337-1494